FWHS Names New Chief Development Officer, Hires Two Vice Presidents

By June 24, 2024 News, Press Releases

FORT WORTH, Texas – Fort Worth Housing Solutions has named Brian Dennison as Chief Development Officer, and hired Thaddeaus Green as Vice President of Development and Rick Toney as Vice President of Asset Management.

Dennison has been with FWHS for 14 years, most recently serving as Senior Vice President of Development and Asset Management. Dennison has been instrumental in establishing multiple revenue sources to support the agency’s ongoing operations, along with helping guide the agency’s long-term plan for the de-concentration of low-income housing.

Green has nearly a decade of experience in real estate development and work with public housing agencies. Previously, he worked at the Housing Authority of Prince George’s County as the Development Officer, responsible for 86 acres of HAPGC property-related activities, including real estate acquisitions, dispositions and development.

Toney brings more than 30 years of experience in real estate and financial management with public housing agencies, including previous positions as at the Oklahoma City Housing Authority as the Director of Asset Management, and Sarasota Housing Authority as the Vice President of Property Management, Finance and Housing Development.

“We’re extremely excited to name Brian as our Chief Development Officer,” said Mary-Margaret Lemons, Fort Worth Housing Solutions President. “His years of dedication to the agency and our mission to create inclusive affordable housing communities where people can thrive makes this a seamless transition.

“Adding both Thaddeaus and Rick, along with their vast experience and expertise, strengthens our development and asset management operations as we continue to add mixed-income rental and home ownership opportunities that provide the foundation to improve lives.”